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From Jason Whitson <ja...@visionxtreme.net>
Subject [users@httpd] Seperate logs with mod_vhost_alias
Date Wed, 23 Jun 2004 15:57:04 GMT
System:
RedHat 9.0

Apache:
2.0.48

Loaded Modules:
libphp4.so, mod_vhost_alias.so, mod_rewrite.so

Config Snippet:
<VirtualHost 10.1.2.3>
     VirtualDocumentRoot /www/websites/%0
     ServerAdmin admin@domain.com
     ServerName www.domain.com
     DirectoryIndex index.php
LogFormat "%V %h %l %u %t \"%r\" %s %b" vcommon
TransferLog logs/domain.com_log
</VirtualHost>

Problem:
I just got mod_vhost working correctly with the help of this list. 
However, I still need to handle stats for each website, and I would like 
to do it with as little maintenance as possible. Because I have th %V in 
the LogFormat directive, it labels each request in the log with the host 
being request (i.e. domain.com). But I use webalizer to handle my stats 
so I would like to be able to split these logs apart and show them to 
the site owners. I don't know how to do that with a single log file, 
domain.com_log.

Ideas?:
I have read about apaches split-logfile perl script and I gave it a look 
last night. It doesn't seem to do exactly what I need when it actually 
works. Does anyone have a slick way of doing this?

Thanks for taking the time to give this a look.

- Jason


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